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    dots Submission Name: Existential Harmonydots
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    Author: Kael Fenshir
    ASL Info:    26 / M / That weird place
    Elite Ratio:    2.18 - 17/57/52
    Words: 139
    Class/Type: Random Thoughts/Misc
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    dotsExistential Harmonydots
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    Honestly
    Life ever after isn't as accommodating as your think
    Like iji once said
    It's 12:45 and I'm beginning to come alive
    Nourish your minds
    Encourage your hearts
    Such dominating love cannot be torn apart

    Organs and synthesizers play
    Buzzingly so
    Losing our children in the playground of melodic shows
    Over and over and over again
    It doesn't matter
    It doesn't care
    I always cared

    It's still cozy and I regret the news we all saw
    Headphones in my ears
    Forgetting what I called
    A great big home
    A great big whale of a home

    Of course this is non sequitur
    Friends don't let friends drive drunk
    But no one is drunk
    No one ever was

    And so I forgive you
    And you
    And you
    Existential harmony
    And no one's got a clue




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